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1907. This magical little book tells how one man, of less than average ability, and who had failed over and over again in all he did, discovered and began using Universal Principles. By doing so he was able to totally turn his life around. Bruce MacLelland shares how to use his Universal Principles in your own life. In this book he discusses: how your mind works; how to develop and use determination, concentration, introspection and autosuggestion; how to use the law of vibration; how to use the law of imagination; and utilizing of the law of attraction.
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